Definition of Epidemics. Meaning of Epidemics. Synonyms of Epidemics

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Definition of Epidemics

Epidemic
Parotitis Par`o*ti"tis, n. [NL. See Parotid, and -itis.] (Med.) Inflammation of the parotid glands. Epidemic, or Infectious, parotitis, mumps.
Epidemic
Epidemic Ep`i*dem"ic, n. [Cf. Epidemy.] 1. (Med.) An epidemic disease. 2. Anything which takes possession of the minds of people as an epidemic does of their bodies; as, an epidemic of terror.

Meaning of Epidemics from wikipedia

- successive epidemics: the severity of successive epidemics rises and falls over periods of five or ten years. In a common source outbreak epidemic, the affected...
- A History of Epidemics in Britain. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. p. 305. "Plague. The fourth horsemanHistoric epidemics and their impact...
- devastating epidemics. Cities as far north as New York, Philadelphia, and Boston were hit with epidemics. In 1793, one of the largest yellow fever epidemics in...
- fevers, and jaundice, were recorded during this epidemic. In total, there are 13 cocoliztli epidemics cited in Spanish accounts between 1545 and 1642...
- accessibility in other countries, in fear of starting similar opioid epidemics abroad. The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), a monitoring...
- areas where no one survived the epidemics, leaving the land devoid of human life. In Ethiopia and the Sudan, six epidemics are recorded for the 19th century:...
- Synthesizer Dileep Kumar (later known as A. R. Rahman) - Keyboards / Synthesizer The Epidemics at AllMusic. Retrieved February 6, 2017. The Epidemics at Discogs...
- organisms, including those that cause human diseases. European diseases and epidemics, while still present among Native American po****tions today, were especially...
- An epidemic curve, also known as an epi curve or epidemiological curve, is a statistical chart used in epidemiology to visualise the onset of a disease...
- Epidemics is a peer-reviewed academic journal of epidemics. It is published by Elsevier. Its founding editors include Neil Ferguson. Epidemics:The Journal...
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